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USS Schenectady (LST 1185) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Schenectady (LST 1185). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?

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There are 362 crew members registered for the USS Schenectady (LST 1185).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1970 | 1971 – 1972 | 1973 – 1975 | 1976 – 1978 | 1979 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Mantei, HarveyEN31971 – 1973AWorked on Refrigeration,Air Cond.And Heating Equipment
Dennis Jr., JohnHM31971 – 19733/4 Marines- 3rd
Dyer, DavidEN2Jan 1971 – Aug 1974M#1 engine room, #2 engine room. Remembering subic bay, the time we went dead in the water 1 day out of Pearl. the Horse-Cow in Oakland Ca.
Riger, Henry "easy"FTG2Jan 1971 – Dec 1973ThirdOn board for 71-72 57000 mile WestPac cruise where we saw combat action. Many interesting times, some lonely times.Left Navy in 74, now pension administrator.
McAndrew, Bill "New York"EM3Feb 1971 – Aug 1972E&R71-72WestPac,many good friends,wild times and some lifelong friends.
Klamfoth, DennisSA/SN/CSSN/MSSNMar 1971 – May 19741st / S-2USS Butterfly County , Had good times had bad times & will never forget being on the ship it was an education, My late Father ( Carpenters Mate & Gunners Mate WW-2 ) went on a Dependants Cruise & Loved being on the ocean again That was the Bes
Boothroyd, JohnE-5 SGT.May 1971 – Jun 1971I was with the US Marine Unit leaving Vietnam May 1971. The Navy crew told us we was the 1st unit on that ship.
Klasson, WayneQM3Jul 26, 1971 – Jul 26, 1973operationsstill beating the streets as a letter carrier. can't get away from working for uncle sam. will take my liberty days (nites)to my grave. hi to those who remember me.
Griffin, Mike /andyEN3Aug 1971 – Sep 1973just found site trying to rember every body long time ago hope all are well sure was good to here some of the old gang are still around good cruise good crew good times lots of ports rembering everbody now see ya
Cummins, JamesE-3 SEAMANSep 1971 – Aug 19732ndI enjoyed both years I was on board, and the many crewmate friends that I made. especially on the westpac crews of 1971 & 1972. Especially becoming a shellback, but I did not miss vietnam! I did enjoy all of the other foriegn ports though!
Charles, WellsBM3Sep 1, 1971 – Aug 1, 1973Secondwas a real life experience, got shot at and did some shooting. Saw alot of intereesting places and the ship was a good one and always came through for us. Been a long time.
Giles, Bryan (Texas Willie)PETTY OFFICER 3RD CLASSSep 3, 1971 – Sep 9, 1973B Gangwas a grand ship to serve on and even grander crew to work with even though it's been 34 years ago. two westpacs and mexico. I've been and seen place I would have never been. Speacial hello to all crew members. Thanks Tom Totoris for the info.
Loconto, William (Bill)SK3Sep 29, 1971 – Jun 5, 1973SUPPLYDISAPPOINTED TO READ THAT THE USS SCHENECTADY WAS USED FOR TARGET PRACTICE AND SUNK. NOT A DIGNIFIED ENDING FOR SUCH A GREAT SHIP THAT WE ALL CALLED HOME AT ONE POINT IN TIME.
Loewe, Delmar/ "Del"QM2Oct 1, 1971 – Jan 15, 1975OIRetired Deputy Sheriff in Northern California, currently Loss Investigator and Assets Protection Specialist for fast food franchise
Grace, SteveBT3Oct 26, 1971 – Aug 29, 1973MSpent a month chasing the ship before boarding in Sasebo.
Patterson, SteveBM3Nov 22, 1971 – Jul 20, 19732nd Gig with Lars PedersenCan't believe it's been 36 years since I was on the Skinny T. Sorry to hear she was sunk. Some former shipmates still live locally. Hank Elsasser & Doug Balfour. What ever happened to BM2 Bruce Brust, Steve Lancor, anyone from 2nd Divisio
Denning, Theodore(ted)RM2, RM11972 – 1976ocBeen to many years to remember exact dates, suffice it to say some great memories and great shipmates. Retired in '85 as Rmcs. Livng in Reno, biker, truckdriver. Neil Senn, J.w. Myers, all the old rm gang, say hi
Corriea, LarryE4/SHB1972 – 1974Ships ServiceI jest saw that she was sunk north of Hawaii last year.What a dam shame. I was the ships barber for a while.
Byrd, LarrySK31972 – 1975SupplyGreat times, cold beer and hot women ...great duty!!!!
Brooks, Stephen (Steve)SH31972 – Mar 1974SupplyStarted in Operations after being transferred from Navy Security group. Went to Ship Service Division for most of my tour.
Milligan, PatrickSM21972 – 1975communicationsLooking For snipe Martino
Morris, EdPN11972 –PersonnelI had a great time on the pre-com crew. We had an excellent crew. Would like to hear from some of the old gang
Rivera, Jose DavidE-3Feb 1972 – Feb 21, 19752ND DIV
Holdredge, RobertEnsignFeb 1972 – Jan 1974Communications and DeckAs a newly commissioned Ensign, Schenectady was a great learning environment. The crew were tremendous and helped me immensely, even though I had been enlisted for six years prior to commissioning.
Batcheller, Jim "batch"SH2Feb 10, 1972 – Jan 15, 1973SupplyDischarged in San Diego,drove home to Iowa and stayed in Iowa.Made it back to the Naval Base last year.Didn't recognize anything.
Esser, Bruce (Barry) profile iconETN2Feb 25, 1972 – Jun 30, 1975OCFound the USS Schenectady website and the memories came flooding back. Hoping any old shipmates will find this site and let us know how you are doing - especially old ETs and RMs. Went to Chinhae Korea from 1975 - 1976
Miller, RogerEM2Mar 10, 1972 – Sep 16, 1974E DIV.HA HOW'S ALL THEGUIES IN EDIV. FROM 72-74, LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU ALL.
Kinney, " Magnet " TomSGT ( E-5 )Apr 4, 1972 – Jul 10, 1972BLT 3/4 FMFReally enjoyed the trip to and from Nam and Subic. Got picked up at White Beach, Okinawa. Great crew, great food. It's where I learned that the Navy and Marines are real brothers. Thank all of you. Some fond memorys of the GO GO Juice...
Mantei, HarveyENG 3rd ClassApr 10, 1972 –A DivisionLooking for Pud Moody, Call Harvey At 503 658 6492
Clinger, BradyMR3Apr 27, 1972 – Dec 18, 1973A GangWorked in the Machine Shop
Totoris, TomEN2Apr 28, 1972 – Sep 30, 1975A-Gang EA04 Long day days as boat engineer LCVP #2 and captains gig. Great liberty in Olongapo, Hong Kong, Kaoshung and Sasebo. Remember shipmates, Brady MR2, Steve BT3, Armando EN3, Rat-a-tat EN3, Dave Dyer EN2, Sabo ENC, Murphy ENCs Retired as ENCM 26yrs
Chuisano, BobEM2May 18, 1972 – Nov 12, 1974EHad great times with some great guys Chuck Donnelly, Danny Sutherland, Steve Nelson, John Ferns, Roger Miller to name a few. Worked in Construction when I first got out. Now a NYC Fireman for 20 Years best job in the world even after 9/11
Baudino, Gary A.HT3May 28, 1972 – Mar 15, 1974RDuane Smith, Chuck Donnelly where are you guys. PO incharge of Repair 2, work in Hull Tech Shop. Is Bill Gibbons still around? Marcos, Dyer I remember you guys.
Marcos, ArmandoMR3Jul 7, 1972 – Jul 8, 1975As the only Ecuadorian on the ship, I have fond memories of all my shipmates, I worked 11 yrs at USPS, last 5 w/Delta @ LGA, and translator for a Law firm, Tom I wish you would put something up for Duane Smith
Wilson, GaryIC3Aug 1972 – Jul 1975interior communicationsarrived at ship got stuck in paint locker room for 2-months. went to ic "a" school, came back went on...1973 westpac. hi to leroy and ken cork,tom bogart,many others, getting to old to remember. dont miss standing 4-hour watches. had fun!
Carlson, RickEN3Sep 1, 1972 – Jan 1, 1975Mstarted in boiler and evaporator room. Then #2 engineroom and #3 engineroom. Everyone knew me as Short------ . Its been a long time and I have a lot of great memories. Hope to hear from some off the old gang.
Fielder, MarkEN3Sep 25, 1972 – Apr 5, 1975
Degrood, JoeEN3Dec 20, 1972 – Aug 20, 1975M & AMy Navy service started with USS SCHENECTADY and ended some 40 years later by retiring at Weapon Systems Support Philadelphia, PA
Borgard, ThomasIC3.Dec 22, 1972 – Mar 16, 1975I don't know if these are exact dates, but I do remember alot of my ship mates. Gary Wilson, Joe Degrood, Mike Magill, Mike Martino, EN1 Sabo and chief Thomas. Hope you are all doing fine, I am! Look me up I am living in Saint Louis, Mo.
Martino, MichaelEN3Dec 26, 1972 – Sep 30, 1975 Number 1 Engine Room Maine cotrol

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